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Dwelling Houses

JGPC is highly experienced in preparing, lodging and managing development applications for new dwelling houses, extensions to dwelling houses and demolition of dwelling houses.

The projects have often involved working with the project team and negotiating with Council on a range of matters including (but not limited to) heritage, traditional building character, flooding, setbacks and building height.


Nicholson Street, Greenslopes

Project
JPGC assisted the client in acquiring development approval for the partial demolition of and extension to an existing pre-1946 dwelling house. The dwelling house partly exceeded the planning scheme’s maximum building height requirement due to the steep topography of the site.

Assessing Authority
Brisbane City Council

Key Issues
> Traditional building character
> Building height


Payne Street, Auchenflower

Project
JGPC assisted the client in acquiring development approval for the partial demolition of and extension to an existing pre-1946 dwelling house located on land that is affected by an overland flow path.

Assessing Authority
Brisbane City Council

Key Issues
> Traditional building character
> Overland flow path


White Street, Graceville

Project
JGPC assisted the client in acquiring development approval for a new dwelling house located on land included in the Traditional building character overlay.

Assessing Authority
Brisbane City Council

Key Issues
> Traditional building character


Upper Cairns Terrace, Red Hill

Project
JPGC assisted the client in acquiring development approval for a new dwelling house that partly exceeded the planning scheme’s maximum building height requirement. 

JGPC managed the approval process resulting in the approval of a contemporary design in a traditional building character overlay area.

Assessing Authority
Brisbane City Council

Key Issues
> Traditional Building Character
> Building height
> Boundary setbacks


Hayward Street, Paddington

Project
JPGC assisted the client in acquiring development approval for the partial demolition of and extension to an existing pre-1946 dwelling house that partly exceeded the planning scheme’s maximum building height requirement.  The site was a small lot and was impacted by an overland flow path. 

JGPC provided expert planning advice and guidance in managing the project to approval.

Assessing Authority
Brisbane City Council

Key Issues
> Traditional Building Character
> Building height
> Building setbacks
> Overland flow path